Waking Up Is Hard to Do: Coming Into the Light

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AuthorHouse, Mar 1, 2012 - Family & Relationships - 342 pages
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Waking Up Is Hard To Do is a poetic journal in which the author, James Valentic, writes to, at times, and at other times, about his Lord, his wife, and other relationships as well. In this book, you'll find poems relating to his faith, his at times turbulent marriage to his best freind, Sharon and a spotlight on some difficult strongholds James has had to overcome in the waking up of his heart and soul to his patient God, and his longsuffering wife, and his blessings and responsibilities as a believer in Christ, a husband, and a father. Throughout is a recurring theme of spiritual, mental, and emotional renewal and laying hold of the promises of God in Christ Jesus.
 

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Contents

Section 1
38
Section 2
110
Section 3
120
Section 4
125
Section 5
136
Section 6
137
Section 7
145
Section 8
146
Section 9
147
Section 10
186
Section 11
218
Section 12
284
Section 13
303
Section 14
304
Section 15
310
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About the author (2012)

James Valentic lives in Carthage NC with his wife, Sharon, and two children, Samantha and Jacob Lane. He enjoys reading, learning how to play the guitar, and mountain biking the local trails. He developed a love for writing while in High School and has been writing journalistic poetry ever since. He published a chapbook in his native Sanford NC in 1996 before marrying and moving to neighboring Carthage, NC. James attented Appalachian State University in Boone, NC and has acted in the outdoor drama, The Horn in the West, also in Boone. He also attended Central Carolina Community College where he earned, with transferred credits from ASU, two associate degrees in Human Services Technology.

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